A new and easy method of book-keeping

Publication Date1722
Remainderor, instructions for a methodical keeping of merchants accompts, by way of debitor and creditor, distributed into three parts. The first containing, proper accompts, &c. The waste-book, Journal, and Ledger, being curiously Engraven, for the more speedy Improvement of Youth, to write fair and Free; and the better to fit them for Merchandize and Business, the Examples are placed on the Left-Hand Pages, and the Rules on the Right, with Directions for the right Stating each Example; and Reasons why such Debtors and Creditors should be so Stated. II. Containing factorage and company accompts, with Examples of Exchange. As also, a short Explanation of the Terms that are most usual in Merchants Accompts. III. A method whereby the retaler may be exact with his apprentice, or shop-keeper, and bring his Shop to a true Ballance: Likewise some Forms of Entries upon the Duties of Goods, with their Discounts and Draw-Backs at the Custom-House. To which is also added, Factors and Stewards Accompts for the right and exact Stating of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Quarterly and Yearly Rents, with an Abstract or the whole Charge and Discharge. By Alexander Brodie, Gent
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